Barbados is the most easterly Caribbean
island. It is filled with beautiful beaches
, historical architecture and great places to stay. There have been hotels on Barbados for hundreds of years. Today there are accommodations for every budget and style, including guest houses, hotels, vacation rentals and resorts
. Resorts on Barbados are known for being luxurious and having a British flair, thanks to the years of British influence.
The Mango Bay resort is an intimate resort in Holetown, which has many shops and restaurants. It includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, water skiing, kayaking, snorkeling, one glass bottom boat trip, one trip to Bridgetown, a cruise to swim with the turtles and water aerobics.
Holetown, St James, Barbados BB24016,
Telephone: (246) 432-1384
Crystal Cove Hotel
The Crystal Cove resort is a very family-friendly resort about three miles from Holetown. It has a three level pool, kids' club and water taxis to partner hotels. Included in its rates are all meals at Crystal Cove and at partner hotel Turtle Cove, snorkeling, sailing, boogieboarding, kayaking, water skiing, tennis and use of the fitness center.
Appleby, St James, Barbados, West Indies
Telephone: (246) 432-2683
Almond Beach Club and Spa
Almond beach Club and Spa is an adults-only (16 and over) resort adjacent to Holetown. The resort's room rate includes all meals and drinks, lunch and dinner room service, sailing, water skiing, kayaking, reef fishing, windsurfing, volleyball, squash and the use of the fitness center.
Almond Beach Club Resort & Spa
Vauxhall, St. James, Barbados
Telephone: (246) 432-7840
Jennifer Zimmerman is a former preschool and elementary teacher who has been writing professionally since 2007. She has written numerous articles for The Bump, Band Back Together, Prefab and other websites, and has edited scripts and reports for DWJ Television and Inversion Productions. She is a graduate of Boston University and Lewis and Clark College.